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The geomorphology of the Truckee River delta, at Pyramid Lake, Nevada, and implications on the decline of Lake Lahontan
AuthorLagoni, Jack R.
AdvisorDavis, Jonathan O.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The geomorphology of the Truckee River delta and the implications of the decline of Lake Lahontan have been studied. By utilizing radiocarbon dates in conjunction with landform interpretation, this report outlines a terminal Pleistocene and Holocene chronology.
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